The Chicago Bears may let their next general manager get out of their building.
The Chicago Bears are in a bizarre predicament. They are getting ready for an opening-round playoff game against the New Orleans Saints, while simultaneously, fans and media alike are having discussions about whether their head coach and general manager will be fired at season’s end.
Initial reports seem to indicate that Matt Nagy is safe and will return in 2021. However, we have not heard any similar reports or reassurances regarding Ryan Pace’s job security. In fact, we have heard rumblings that the Bears may be looking to bring in Kansas City Chiefs’ Mike Borgonzi in an unspecified role. While the Bears may decide to bring in a new President and retain Pace, it would not be a surprise if he was let go considering his track record with evaluating quarterbacks.